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On those occasions when the Copper's instructions do not suffice, you can
interrupt the 680x0 and use its instruction set instead. The 680x0 can
poll for interrupt flags set in the  INTREQ  register by various devices.
To interrupt the 680x0, use the Copper  MOVE  instruction to store a 1
into the following bits of  INTREQ :

               Table 2-1: Interrupting the 680x0

     Bit Number      Name      Function
     ----------      ----      --------
        15          SET/CLR    Set/Clear control bit.  Determines
                               if bits written with a 1 get set
                               or cleared.

         4           COPEN     Coprocessor interrupting 680x0.

See Chapter 7, "System Control Hardware," for more information about
 interrupts .

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